South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

Starring: George Clooney, Minnie Driver, Trey Parker, Eric Idle, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, Franchesca Clifford, Brent Spiner

Directed by: Trey Parker

Produced by: Comedy Central, Celluloid Studios, Comedy Partners

Distributed by: Paramount, Warner Bros.

Genre: comedy

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Review by Xibo Date seen: June 30, 1999
Viewing Location: Guttenberg Grade: A
Summary: Howlerific instant classic.
I just couldn't stop screaming! The audience was howling and cheering as well. This is one of the funniest movies ever made. The extremely offensive humor in South Park is so over-the-edge that it just blows you away. And since it's rated R, they hold *nothing* back... the kids are cussing and violent and there's nonstop sexual "adult theme matter". If you've seen the TV show, then you're almost ready for the movie. The main differences are the movie is more extreme, and it's a musical. Yes, sadly, they decided to fill the film with sappy songs. Some of these numbers are very funny and humorous, but others are just filler. If it wasn't for that, this could have been the best movie of the year. 

A+ A+ A+
Review by Finrod Date seen: July 2, 1999
Viewing Location: Atlanta Grade: A+
Summary: South Park Gone Wild on the big screen.
Granted I'm a fan of the tv show, but this movie had me laughing so hard that my sides started to hurt. Who would have thought that they would have made a musical (with obscene lyrics), and made it so damn funny?

"You're a boner-biting bastard, uncle fucka!"

I highly recommend this movie to anyone that's not uptight about bad language.  

A+ A+ A+
Review by tmon Date seen: August 15, 1999
Viewing Location: New York City Grade: A+
Puts the series to shame! Offensive, raunchy and with a tremendous amount of musical genius.

If you didn't like it then shut your f'n face uncle f'kr! 

B+ B+ B+
Review by hughjtoad Date seen: January 21, 2000
Viewing Location: California (rental) Grade: B+
Summary: Pretty good
I liked it. It wasn't the best movie I saw all year but it made me laugh. I'm glad I rented it so I could do something else while it was on.  

Review by smeehrrr Date seen: January 21, 2000
Viewing Location: The Evil Empire Grade: A
Summary: What would Brian Boitano say?
Even if you aren't a South Park fan, this movie is worth seeing just for the spot-on parody of a variety of film musicals. 

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